Quah Mei Lee is an Industry Principal Analyst with the Frost & Sullivan ICT practice. She leads Mobile & Wireless Research for Asia-Pacific. Her area of expertise lies in telecoms and payments strategy and she has completed several key strategy projects for leading mobile network operators in the region. Supported by her expert team, she drives thought leadership in telecoms and payments strategy and mobile digital services research.
Prior to joining Frost & Sullivan, Mei Lee worked with and within leading telecommunications network operators (Fixed/Mobile/WiMAX) in Asia-Pacific and has faced corporate decision makers for the past 12 years. Her last assignment was as a Senior Manager in Corporate Planning at YTL Communications. She brings with her considerable knowledge and experience in corporate strategy and planning, strategic business development as well as planning and successful execution of new services, technology and regulation.
Mei Lee received a Bachelor of Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the University of Surrey in the UK where she focused on telecommunications. She also holds two Master degrees in satellite engineering and management from the University of Surrey in the UK and University of Malaya in Malaysia respectively. She is fluent in English and Malay.